Pushmen will release their debut album “The Sun Will Rise Soon On The False And The Fair” on April 30th through The End Records. The outfit feature ex-The Sword drummer Kevin Fender and former Made Out Of Babies bassist Cooper in their ranks, along with current and former members of Heartless Bastards, Employer Employee and more. A stream of their new track “Child From Chaos“ can be found over at their Facebook.
A lyric video Call Of The Void‘s track “Endless Ritual Abuse” has been posted online below via Blowthescene.com. The group were formerly known as Ironhorse and have a March 19th release date on through Relapse Records set for their new album, “Dragged Down A Dead End Path“.
Click this right here to bathe your ears in "Prancer," a new song from Dillinger Escape Plan's upcoming album One of Us is the Killer.
Head to Revolver to hear Misser's (Transit, This Time Next Year) new song, "Goddamn, Salad Days" from their upcoming EP Distancing.
Randy Blythe can finally breathe easy again.
Head here to hear Fallujah's "The Dead Sea" from their upcoming EP -Nomadic-.
If you ever wondered what "Head Like a Hole" mashed up with "Call Me, Maybe?" would sound like... here's your answer.
Stone Temple Pilots has unceremoniously FIRED its lead singer Scott Weiland ... who's been the face of the seminal rock band for more than 20 years.
The group released an ominously curt statement today, saying, "Stone Temple Pilots have announced they have officially terminated Scott Weiland." They don't give any further explanation.
It's pretty shocking for several reasons ... the main being Weiland has been a core member of the group since it came together in 1986. His voice has become synonymous with STP's sound ... on hits like "Plush," "Sour Girl," and "Sex Type Thing."
Another reason this came out of nowhere ... Weiland denied rumors he was leaving the band just yesterday, telling Rolling Stone, "STP has not broken up. I haven't quit. I haven't been fired."
Rumors of a split began a couple of months ago when Slash said STP had fired Weiland.
STP reformed in 2008 after a 5-year hiatus and toured through last year -- but apparently it hasn't been working out.
So far, it's unclear who STP has in mind to replace Weiland ... if anyone.
Weiland is set to launch a solo tour next month.
Vanna have debuted a stream of their new track “The Lost Art Of Staying Alive” over at Noisecreep. The song is one of the eleven set to grace the groups new studio album, “The Few And The Far Between“. That outing is due to be released on March 19th through Artery Recordings/Razor & Tiewith pre-orders now live at this location.
Kylesa‘s new studio album has been given the title of “Ultraviolet” and will arrive on store shelves on May 28th through Season Of Mist. A new track from it titled “Unspoken” is currently up for grabs to those who subscribe to the Season Of Mist newsletter at this location.
KEN mode are keeping busy as of late. The group most recently began filming a music video for their new single “Counter Culture Complex” in the snow. On top of that, the group have also debuted yet another track from their forthcoming studio album, “Entrench“. You can now check out “Secret Vasectomy” over at Brooklynvegan.com. Season Of Mist will release “Entrench” on March 19th.
Get some great albums over at Amazon today for only $1.99 each! There are efforts from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Muse, Led Zeppelin, and others.
Shai Hulud are expected to tour the East Coast this spring with Thy Will Be Done, Altars, and Beyond The Shore.
3/23 York, PA @ New Grounds (no Altars)
3/24 Fredericksberg, VA @ GMT Studio (no Altars)
3/25 Fayetteville, NC @ Drunken Horse Pub
3/26 Charleston, SC @ Skatepark Of Charleston
3/27 Douglasville GA @ The 7 Venue
3/28 Orlando, FL @ Bombshell Tavern
3/29 Pembroke Pines, FL @ The Talent Farm
3/30 Ocala, FL @ Ghostrider Saloon
3/31 Tallahassee, FL @ Handlerbar
4/01 Decatur, AL @ Excalibur Vintage & Vinyl
4/02 Nashville, TN @ The Owl Farm
4/03 Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom
4/04 Evansville, IN @ The Hatch
4/05 Toledo, OH @ Frankies
4/06 Rochester, NY @ Flying Squirrel
Pat Egan, longtime Director of Retail Sales at Relapse Records, tragically passed away on Monday February 18th after a battle with pneumonia and related complications. In honor of the man who was so instrumental in the success of so many Relapse bands and records, the label has put together a 20 track compilation featuring a collection of his favorite songs and artists, including Mastodon, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Brian Posehn, Red Fang, Death, and many more, including a never-before-released track from Exhumed.
100% of proceeds from the compilation will go towards a college fund for his young daughter Katie. Relapse thanks each band for contributing each track and waiving their royalty fee to maximize the benefit for Pat’s beloved family. The compilation is available via Bandcamp at this location for only $5 but friends and fans are welcome to donate as much as they want. Direct contributions may also be made via paypal to email@example.com .
The tracklisting for the compilation is as follows:
1. Brian Posehn - More Metal Than You
2. Exhumed - The Beginning After The End (Previously Unreleased)
3. Mastodon - Mother Puncher
4. Kingdom of Sorrow - Screaming into the Sky
5. Baroness - Take My Bones Away
6. Red Fang - Wires
7. Death - A Moment Of Clarity
8. Revocation - Teratogenesis
9. Brutal Truth - Old World Order
10.Dying Fetus - Second Skin
11.Black Anvil - Ultimate Reality
12. Agoraphobic Nosebleed - Sword Swallower
13. Zombi - Siberia
14. Pig Destroyer - The American's Head
15. Toxic Holocaust - Sound The Charge
16. Murder Construct - No Question, No Comment
17. Horseback - Arjuna
18. Dillinger Escape Plan - Sunshine the Werewolf
19. Abysmal Dawn - In Service of Time
20. Total Fucking Destruction - In The Process of Correcting Thinking Errors
Ontario-based indie rock group Born Ruffians has premiered its new single, "Needle", which can be streamed on the band's Soundcloud page. The single is taken from the band's upcoming album, Birthmarks, set for release on April 16 on Paper Bag Records.
RIYL: Canadian Indie Rock
Head on over to Exclaim to stream the latest offering from Canada's own Baptists. Fans of Converge, Gaza, and the doom metal sound of Southern Lord Records will find an awful lot to love. Also, there is no religious preaching on the album.
Stop what you are doing and head over to this location.
All I will say is there is a huge mustard spaceship.
Want to throw Jonny Craig some money? Well, you can help him pay for his new EP... and you don't even have to buy any fake MacBooks! Also, you can check out a new song from him below.
Official press release:
"BoySetsFire has been a band for nearly two decades. In that time the band has played hundreds of shows to anyone that would watch, from basements to festival audiences. They've lived through the terror or rap-rock, the tyranny of nu-metal, and the dark days of pop-punk. They were around before the Internet. They made demo tapes. They recorded 4 LP's, EP's, Cd's and even a cassingle. They have played the song "Rookie" over 1,000 times. They have fallen off more stages than most people have stood on. They have been signed and dropped and signed and dropped. Frankly, most bands would have given up years ago. Now, BoySetsFire are excited to announce that they'll be recording their first studio album in almost 7 years, marking their first partnership with Bridge Nine Records.BSF guitarist Joshua Latshaw said, "We are excited to announce that Bridge Nine will be releasing the next BoySetsFire full-length in select territories. We could not be happier to be associated with the label, who has put out some of our favorite records and came highly recommended by bands currently working with them. It was their reputation as honest and passionate that was the single most important factor to us in deciding to work with them. Our new record is maybe more punk, maybe faster than our other records but its still a BoySetsFire record. It's emotional post-hardcore with elements of metal, punk and melody. We can't wait for you to hear it!"BoySetsFire are currently working on their yet-to-be-titled album at Signal 2 Noise Studio in Newark, DE. The band has a brand new member (Dan Pelic - drums), and old member coming back (Robert Ehrenbrand - bass), a longtime friend officially joining (Rev. Chris Rakus, sharing bass duties with Ehrenbrand) and the three original grayhairs Chad Istvan (guitar), Nathan Gray (vocals) and Joshua Latshaw (guitar) playing together. Bridge Nine Records will be releasing this album in North and South America, as well as Asia and Australia.Bridge Nine's Seth Decoteau commented, "It's a real honor to be working with BoySetsFire; they've influenced a lot of great bands today. Having been a fan of the band since The Day The Sun Went Out, I'm very excited for this release both personally and professionally. It's awesome to be working with a band that has such a great history and a clear artistic vision. All of us here at B9 are glad to be a part of their first new music since 2006."
This video is not intended to make religious people happy. Viewer discretion is advised.
Even their videos are melancholy. Check out Katatonia's latest video below.
If you can stomach it, watch the video for "Premeditated" from The Plot In You. Hope you don't mind some blood, guts, torture, and scalping...
Intronaut have posted a new video for "Milk Leg". Their new album Habitual Levitations, is expected to be released March 19th, 2013 on Century Media Records.
Enter Shikari entered the studio over the weekend to record several news songs. The band will be in the studio for a week, with SikTh's Dan Weller (Gallows, Rise To Remain) producing the sessions. According to the band, "We will be recording three new tracks just for the hell of it."